Julian Gray was kind enough to answer some questions before his show at U Street Music Hall tonight. Julian keeps himself busier than most – I talked to him about music creation, Graydient and some of his favorite artists. Check out the interview, and go see him tonight at U Street Music Hall.     What kind of space do you need to be creative? A laptop and headphones? In


There are few D.C. acts more iconic than the Blackbyrds. Formed in 1973, the Blackbyrds had a string of all time dance club classics including “Do It, Fluid,” “Walking In Rhythm,” “Flyin’ High,” “Happy Music” and “Rock Creek Park.” Ahead of their performance at Blisspop Disco Fest this weekend, we talked with Blackbyrds band leader Keith Killgo. So I wanted to start with that fact that you are a DMV


Blisspop is giving away five (5) pairs of tickets, one pair for each show, to the Blisspop Disco Fest, being held on September 27-29 at 9:30 Club and U Street Music Hall. You can participate by commenting with which artist you are most looking forward to seeing at the Fest. Please leave your comment on the Facebook entry for this post and five winners will be selected randomly. We will pick



19 years ago this month, our founder, Will Eastman, unknowingly set the stage for a D.C. party series that would eventually launch his own career as a DJ/producer, spawn multiple offshoot events and lead to the creation of Blisspop as we know it. For 15 years, the Bliss party series gave D.C. a monthly reason to dance. In 2000, when Bliss began, Eastman had just started to dip his toes